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The latest report in IPNLF’s Technical Series evaluates fuel use intensity in the Maldivian pole-and-line tuna fishery and determines them to be ‘fuel efficient’
22nd November 2017
A new UK-marine science partnership to support sustainable tuna fisheries in Indonesia has been awarded funding by the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) Global Fisheries Sustainability Fund (GFSF).
28th September 2017
IPNLF launches a new report ‘Social Benefits of One-by-One Fisheries’; the second study in its Social Dimension series.
15th May 2017
Fisheries scientist Dr Nick McClean reports on the importance of considering socio-economic issues in the current management reforms for Indonesian tuna fisheries.
10th May 2017
IPNLF launches new Technical Report assessing the interactions with endangered, threatened and protected (ETP) species in the Maldivian pole-and-line tuna fishery
14th September 2016
IPNLF launch a new technical report, Pole-and-Line Tuna Fishing in the World: Status and Trends
10th March 2016
In February this year the IPNLF hosted the first annual meeting of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. You can read more about the gathering of world fishery experts here. Dr Shiham Adam, Chairman of the STAC, describes the key outcomes in the text below.
17th March 2014
14th May 2012